Dealing with Challenges of an Ageing SocietyAugust 18, 2017Since the only children of families are finding it increasingly difficult to take care of their parents, some provincial-level governments have formulated a policy to grant...
No More 'Comfort Women' Should Die Without ApologyAugust 18, 2017On August 15 China marked the 72nd anniversary of Japan's unconditional surrender in World War II. We know that war is hell.
Can China's New Renting Policy Drive down House Prices?August 18, 2017Policymakers strive to maintain a healthy growth in the housing market while keeping it from overheating.
Refusing Cash Not an Option for Mobile Payment FirmsAugust 18, 2017China is becoming increasingly digitalized, with people, especially the youth, preferring to use mobile apps to pay for almost anything, from food to air tickets.
Internet Addiction and Its Controversial 'Cure' in ChinaAugust 18, 2017A teenager died two days after he checked in to an Internet addiction camp, marking the latest tragedy at the hands of the alleged harsh addiction treatment centers in China.
Are Expensive Overseas Summer Camps Worthwhile?August 18, 2017Recently, an article about a high-income white-collar mother unable to afford her child's summer camp tuition has gone viral among Chinese parents.
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